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've had a morning as chilly as we've had no. most of the region, we're in the 40s, thanks to this chilly dry high pressure, which a couple of days ago had temperatures down to near 20 degrees in minnesota, but certainly did moderate as it came over us. around the area, we have temperatures where you see the light blue in the 40s, and that includes much of northern virginia, just about all of maryland, including the eastern shore, and out of the mountains, a few of those areas in the darker blue, they're in the 30s in a few locations out in worcester and maryland and in the highlands of west virginia. quite a chill in the air this morning. thankfully not much wind. we'll be talk windchill. right now it's 56 at reagan national. that's the coolest temperature there since way last may. look at ocean city. they're down to a chilly 53. elkins, west virginia at 39 degrees. closer to washington it's in the 40s. montgomery, arlington, fairfax, prince george's counties. chilly and calm. lots of sun the rest of the day with highs reaching the mid 70s by afternoon. i'll be back in ten minutes. now a
these acts. >> reporter: at the white eshou president obama vowed those responsible for killing u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other employees will be tracked down.wn >> make no mistake, we will work with the libyan government to bring to justice the killers who attacked our people.pe >> reporter: at the state department, the president met with staffers to express condolences. the second of state made a -- secretary of state made a point to separate the attackers from the libyan government.ve >> the friend ship from the countries -- between the countries will not be a contact subtle. >> reporter: stevens died during a grenade and nsgunfire attack while trying to evacuate the u.s. consulate. >> unfortunately, we had a regime, they only use -- agains the people. >> reporter: earlier, governor e mitt arromney's statementsst chastising the president's haunting of the region did, handling the region, calm the assassination of a u.s. official off limits for campaign attacks. >> this attack on american individuals and embassies is outrageous, disgusting. di >> reporter: the state
as mentioned. it is not too hot, not too cold. it is just right with temperatures falling back into the 50s. a little cool out there some some spots, a few 40s. but we should be back up near 80 later today. we're looking at quiet conditions. we still have a cold front north and west of chicago. that will be a player in our forecast later tomorrow as we get into the weekend. we worry about today and we look great. 63 in washington. 53 at dulles. bwi marshall, 55 degrees. how about 82 with sunshine later today. >> okay. i can take that. that is acceptable. >> we'll put the order in right now. >> thank you. >>> time now to say hello to julie wright and see what is happening on the roads. >> okay, on the roads right now, you will find lanes are open, no problems reported out to the west on 66. still an easy drive coming inbound from fair oaks. it looks like we are picking up the usual suspected headed out towards 123. no problems reported on the beltway. overnight construction has been cleared between annandale and merrifield. lanes are open on the top side of the beltway between college park a
and peel out later. >> you definitely need several layers this morning. we're down into the 40s. we're talking about a morning more like december than september. we fast forward here a couple of months at le region under a clear sky. it is down to the mid 40s in much of maryland and much of virginia. frederick there down to 43. so is martinsburg, cumberland, and it's in the 40s across most of northern virginia. mid 40s, fairfax, arlington, montgomery county, also the mid 40s, also into prince george's county. right near the bay waters. the waters are still pretty warm around 70 degrees. the temperatures in the 50s. a warm spot at 61. a little bit of a breeze off the bay here. a few pods out in west virginia are in the upper 30s right now. we do have a few clouds drifting over the region coming in from the south. they'll be with us from time to time this morning and through midday with a chilly start, though, by noon, we'll warm up dramatically to around 70. in fact, hit the mid 70s by mid afternoon. we're talking about a 30-degree jump from where we are right now. i'm back in ten mi
and the pentagon has approved the movement of 50 u.s. marines which will be sent to libya as we speak to polster defenses in political consumption. official areti still investigatg who was behind the attack, which coincided with the 11th 11th anniversary of 9/11.9/ at first, it appeared to be an out of control demonstration by muslim protestors, over set over a movie -- upset over a move think they say mocks muhammed. but it might have been a cover. officials indicate islamic extremists used the crisis at the u.s. consulate to unleer a premeditated assault against the u.s. symbol on the 9/11 anniversary. >> the united states condemn inn the strong gels determs this outrageous and stroking attack. >> president obama con the attacks, and killing of u.s. ambassador chris stevens. >> we reject all efforts to ten great of beliefs of others, butu there is no justification toj this type of senseless violence. >> reporter: the president then went to the state department to mourn with employees. secretary of state said the lynn indian government was not -- libyan government was not involved. >> a free an
. right now it's down to the low 50s in the shenandoah valley and out in the mountains of western maryland and west virginia. chilly there. montgomery, arlington, fairfax. by 7:00 a.m., cloudy. winds still blustery. upper 60s and partly cloudy. and then a for justigorgeous af with low humidity, sunshine. low 70s by 3:00. sunset at 7:09. hometown forecast at 7:11. danella with the look at first 4 traffic. " >>> a live view at chopper 4. as you make your way east, the headlights, you can see volume. good news on 66, not seeing any accidents. you are a bit sluggish. your first set of delays on i-66 as you make your way eastbound. as you make your way past the rest area. travel lanes are open. it's that time of morning, you are starting to hit the brakes. taking the dulles toll road, your travel speed as you hit the beltway, 60 miles per hour. very low volume. that drive is going to take you six minutes. also looking good is 29. if you're along 29 between columbia and the beltway in both directions, no major delays just yet. no accidents. southbound is beginning to pick up volume. >>> a heads
reports that the u.s. ambassador to libya has been killed. we are going to have the very latest on that this morning. >> here at home, shot and killed while simply walking to school and this morning, police continue their search for answers. more on the investigation into the death of and 18-year-old prince george's county high school student. fox 5 morning news continues right now. right now. >>> straight up 6:00. live look at the u.s. capitol dome. we'll talk about what is happening in the weather department as well as traffic. >> i'm wisdom martin. >> women a sarah simmons. we are following breaking news this morning from the middle east. the american ambassador to libya was killed in a rocket attack early this morning. >> now, reports are still coming in and details are still coming out as well but it appears the ambassador and three other workers at the u.s. consulate have died. doug luzader is live on capitol hill with more on this morning's event. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. we are still waiting for confirmation on this. this is being reported just by
of the northern neck. temperatures in the mid-50s, shenandoah valley. out in the mountains closer to washington, upper 50s in montgomery county. low 60s in arlington. near 60 in fairfax. near 60 in prince george's county and much of southern maryland. right near the bay low 60s. only near 50 out in the mountains. hour by hour, it's going to be a cool and breezy morning, so dress accordingly. we'll hover near 60 here for the next couple of hours. sunrise 6:54. by midmorning, going to get sun breaking out. by noon, upper 60s. mild and breezy for your lunch hour. and then during the afternoon, getting back home from work and school should be beautiful. sunshine, just a few clouds floating through. low humidity. highs reaching low to mid-70s by midafternoon. sunset getting earlier and earlier. 7:09. by then back to the 60s. i'll be back with another hometown forecast in a few minutes. your first 4 traffic with danella. >> i'm following breaking news on the roadways. if you're trying to take the inner loop of the beltway, the ramp is shut down due to the crash in that area. also, keeping an eye on i
following outrage over an anti-islam film produced in the u.s. it's the same film, u.n. officials say, sparked the deadly attack in libya that killed four americans, including a u.s. ambassador. right now outside kabul, police are firing shots in the air, trying to protect buildings downtown. pushing back an angry mob of about 800. reporting live in the news room, angie goff, news 4. >> right now it's 6:01. here's a look at storm team 4 radar, and something we have not seen in quite a while, rain. storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein here with weather and traffic on the ones. >> we had to blow the dust off the radar, give it a good whack, see if it still works, and it does. >>> there is the view showing that we do have some moderate to heavy rain falling along the gulf coast. it stretches up into louisiana, arkansas, into tennessee, western kentucky. and that, yes, is advancing toward us. but ahead of that, we've got a clear sky. temperatures are chilly again this morning. only the upper 40s to near 50. most of the northern virginia, the shenandoah valley, most of maryland, only nea
that libya that killed the u.s. ambassador there according to libyan officials. three other staffers, also americans, were killed. ambassador christopher stevens died of smoke inhalation after the consulate attack. stevens had only been served since may in libya. >>> this morning's attack comes after armed protesters attacked the consulate last night. >> in egypt, thousands ever pro terses stormed the american embassy and burned the american flag. they are angry at a film produced in the united states that insult the prophet mohammed. let's get more from doug luzader live on capitol hill. >> good morning. as you mentioned, the u.s. ambassador apparently killed there we are still waiting for confirmation from either the state department or the white house. they are only saying that one u.s. staffer was killed. but if this is, in fact, triewrks it represents a dramatic escalation in the situation there. chris stevens, 52 years old, a u.s. aim bass done to libya. he had been a key player in the region for some time. he worked to help the libyans overthrow qaddafi. he was in no way connected b
it was the place they wanted to be to take time to reflect and remember. fox 5's tom fitzgerald live at the pentagon. tom. >> reporter: brian, you know, this was a different memorial than we have seen in past years. president obama made his address, as you said, this morning to victims' families and pentagon officials, and the memorial itself remained closed until noon today. we can tell you that the size of the crowds we saw today were smaller but it is also true to say that the people who came here told us they still feel very strongly about this place and that day 11 years after 9/11. on a stretch of land just next to the pentagon sits 183 benches bearing 183 names, one for each of the victims that dade here on 9/11. >> i don't know, it's just a wonderful place to sit and reflect. >> reporter: marlene and don of iowa had a brother--law who worked in the pentagon. he wasn't here on 9/11, but they know others weren't so lucky. >> you see the importance of it, that we do honor all the people who died in the crash. >> reporter: these benches are laid out in the order of the victims' a
-profile u.s. target timed to strike on the anniversary of nerve. fox 5 morning news continues right now. right now. -- on the anniversary of 9-11. >> straight up 6:00 right now. taking a look at the waning crescent moon. a knew machine -- a new moon just around the corner for us. i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. we've been talking about this moon. gorgeous. in a couple of days, it will be a new moon. >> that is i moon you won't see. >> we'll show you the new moon. you won't see it. >> but you'll know it is a new moon. >> you get the idea. >> all right. let's just talk weather. >> we are good early in the morning. >> we are awesome. >> 63 at reagan national. confused me and i was the one telling you about it a minute ago. 55 at bwi marshall. no need for an umbrella as we are looking at bright sunshine through outthe day. i don't think you'll see more than a cloud or two just like yesterday. there is your radar, nice and quiet. i get paid to make it go round and round. maybe a few showers tomorrow, late tomorrow. we'll have details on that coming up. but for today, sunshine, wa
are expecting highs in the upper 70s and low 80s today. localities of sunshine expected and this wonderful dry pat were continues here for the middle of the week. more details on the forecast and we'll look at some numbers in just a minute. back to you at the desk. u at t >> thank you. >>> appear tax on the u.s. embassy in egypt tops our stories this morning a violent mop of extremist muslims climbed the wall of the american embassy in cairo and tore down the american flag. they burned it and replaced with a black islamic flag. >>> in libya, one american staffer was killed when armed protesters set fire in the city of bengazi. >>> according to police, two men broke into the victim's home, stabbed him and stole his 1990s model white buick regal. she say the they men involved knew each other and there is no theft to the public. >> remembering 9-11. this is a live look at new york where the tribute of lights is still illuminating the skies over manhattan this morning. it will shine until dawn. this is one of several ways americans paid tribute on the eleventh anniversary of the neefn attacks. >>
. >>> developing in the middle east, libyan protestors kill an american consulate worker. they attacked the u.s. consulate and left another staffer injured. >> protesters in neighboring egypt also attacked the u.s. embassy in cairo. the protests follow word of an anti-muslim movie made in the united states and as fox's ainsley earhart reports, they burned the consulate. >> reporter: this is the scene at the american consulate in libya on tuesday. officials say many there are angered over a film reportedly produced in the u.s. attacking islam's prophet mohammed. >> don't like to say something about their prophet. he is not osama bin laden. he is not anybody else. he is our prophet. he is the best. >> reporter: muslims find it offensive to depict mohammed in any fashion. a state department officer has been killed. another person suffering an injury to the hand. the rioters burning much of the build and looting some of its contents. >> don't make our people angry because they will kill, they will fight. they will do such a situation. this is the situation because of the americans. they want to say
. the temperatures plunged to the 40s. tom kierein now with a look at your forecast. tom, good morning. >> yeah. in fact, it's the coldest morning we have had since way last may. it's been four months. we're not used to this. you need to layer up, dig into your closet and find a sweater as we're starting off this morning, all these areas in the light blue, the 40s. and that includes most of virginia and maryland. out in west virginia, americwes maryland, the upper 30s. this is like a morning in early december, not late september. we still have warm waters around the bay. even so, look at ocean city. 53 there this morning. and here's the view from space. we have just a few high clouds drifting up from the south. they'll be with us from time to time this morning. give us a beautiful sunrise probably, which is at 6:54. by 7:00, in the upper 40s. by noontime, near 70. low humidity, lots of sun. i'm back in ten minutes with a hometown forecast. >>> now to decision 2012. today, tim kaine, george allen square off in a live televised debate in northern virginia. it is the first of three debates the vir
this morning, in the 50s here in the area. taste of fall once again today. >> wearing my jacket. >> i know. sorry. good morning. i'm sarah simmons. >> you do want seem upset about it. >> no, i'm not. >> i'm wisdom martin. >> the cold weather is back. guess who else is back? >> tucker. >> i wish i could say i was so excited to be up at 4:00 in the morning. just a gorgeous day yesterday. lots of sunshine. we have cooled off tonight. we are well in the 50s here in washington. we'll be playing with 40s off to the west and north this oranging. coolest temperature since may around here and just another beautiful afternoon expected. sunshine, high temperatures back in the 70s. let's take a look at a map. i'm doing that because i'm contractually obligated to show a map. nothing on there. nothing to talk about. the next several days will feature sunshine. our next chance for rain won't get in here until the end of the week. enjoy this beautiful weather. back to you. >> thank you. >>> the 9-11 anniversary is topping our stories today. exactly 11 years ago today, hijackers flew a plane into the penta
a fatal flaw. >> we'll begin with the developing story the entire world is monitoring, the u.s. ambassador to libya and three other americans killed in an attack on the u.s. consequence lawsuit in benghazi. good evening. i'm -- consulate in benghazi. good evening. i'm brian bolter. >> i'm shawn yancey. ambassador chris stevens and three others were killed in that attack. the big question? was it planned in time for the 9/11 anniversary. two warships are moving to the libyan coast. >> fox 5's bob barnard begins our coverage tonight. >> chris stevens is the first u.s. ambassador to be killed on the job in more than 30 years and more than likely not coincidently on the anniversary of the september 11th terrorist attacks. two other americans killed in libya last night still have not been identified. the deadly attack in northern africa is being condemned in the libyan capital and here in washington. they came together on the street in front of the white house, its flag at half staff, dozens of muslim americans, many of libyan heritage, upset over the killing of the u.s. ambassador and three ot
: protests took a deadly turn in libya on tuesday as muslims stormed the u.s. consulate building in benghazi. four americans were killed including the u.s. ambassador to libya, chris stevens. >> chris is a hero. he is a real hero. he is the man who believed in the libyans. >> reporter: secretary of state hillary clinton says she feels personally responsible for stevens death. >> that was a very personal loss. i'm the one who sent chris to benghazi. >> president obama has condemned the deadly attack in libya and has vowed to bring those responsible to justice. in the meantime, the u.s. is stepping up security at embassies around the world. that is the latest here in the control room. back to you. >> thank you. >>> other stories making local headlines this morning, students and faculty at central high school will gather for a memorial this afternoon for marckel ross, teenager shot and killed on wednesday while walking to school. students will wear blue shirts to honor the 11th grader. last night a haven't ill was held to remember the bow who could put a southcenter mall on anyone's face. >> ma
into the others across much of the region. in the low 60s here in town. should be lots of sunshine in your forecast. no come plopping with highs expected to be in the lower 80s and again, dry weather today. a few changes tomorrow. -- no complaining with highs expected to be in the lower 80s and again, dry weather today. we'll have the weekend forecast in just a minute. a nice-looking day ahead. back to you guys. >>> riots continue in egypt overnight. hundreds of protesters have been outside the u.s. embassy in cairo. they have been clashing with riot police throwing rock and bottles and they are reportedly angry at a film produced in the u.s. hap cults islam. there are reports that al-qaeda has actually orchestrated the protest. let's take a live look right now in cairo where things appear to be relatively calm. you can see people milling about there. in libya, 50 elite marines are arriving in tripoli as the fbi investigates the killing of ambassador stevens. >>> members of the cuban government say they are ready to negotiate a solution in the case of alan gross, a maryland man imprisoned
when i was out. it was cool. >>> it cooled down quickly. got into the 70s early afternoon and then right back into the 60s late afternoon and chilling out overnight. this morning, it's down to just near 50 degrees under a clear sky. we do have some rain beginning to head our way. it's way down in the tennessee valley and kentucky and farther south of there. but out ahead of that, it is only near 50 degrees in prince george's county, arlington, fairfax county. gaithersburg is only 48 in montgomery county. rockville at 53. right now near 60 right at reagan national. much of the district of columbia ya, just in the mid-50s now. right near the chesapeake bay, at 60 degrees. only 48 at dulles. manassas and warrenton. leesburg at a chilly 52 degrees. weather watchers reporting a mostly clear sky. we can see the autumn constellations. by 6:00 a.m., only around 50 degrees with a clear sky and a lot of sun the rest of the morning and through noontime and into the mid-70s. then upper 70s by midafternoon with increasing clouds. sunrise 6:52. sunset at 7:12. by then, we'll be all clou
just hours away from a u.s. release. >> good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. welcome to "news 4 today" for this friday, september 21st, 2012. 5:00 a.m., 62 degrees. another beautiful start. cool, low humidity. i could get used to this weather. >> keep it like this all the time. chuck bell is here. >> sure. >> fall comes tomorrow, right? >> i'll just copy and paste the forecast tomorrow. >> could you, please. all the way through march. >> and you are absolutely right. fall does begin tomorrow. the autumn equiknox arrives tomorrow morning at 5:30 a.m. that will be the beginning of meteorological autumn. i should say astronomical autumn. most temperatures back in the 50s to near 60 in town and bayside. no real cold air anywhere too close to us. we'll be mild today with temperatures back in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees for a time today. plenty of sunshine as well. this next area of low pressure up here across the great lakes, that will bring us our next chance for rain tomorrow. so be ready for it. it also contains some stronger thunderstorms tomorrow af
. >>> but this morning, 53 in college park. 52 ft. belvar in springfield. reston, temperatures mid-50s. 54 in gaithersburg and damascus. your morning commute, no complaints at all, bright and sunny. temperatures in the mid-50s to low 60s for now. no complaints there. an easy, easy weather forecast through the rest of the day. by noontime, plenty of sunshine, nice and warm. noontime temperatures, mid to upper 70s. highs upper 70s to low 80s. by the time you're going back home to work and school. temperatures upper 70s to low 80s. nothing to complain about there. if you're headed out to the baseball game, first pitch at 7:05 for the brewers. clear skies and 75 degrees. we'll be back in a few minutes with a check of your hometown forecast. for now, a check of the roads with first 4 traffic. >> good morning. >>> right now i'm following breaking news on the roadways. if you're traveling southbound 3 at 450, chopper 4 is over the scene right now. this crash was blocking all of your lanes. luckily, it has moved to the shoulder lane. and now just your left lane is blocked by police here. you are s
crowds rioting over an anti-muslim film and we're learning more about the attack that killed a u.s. ambassador and three other americans. is that now there are cameras set up to -- >> now there are cameras set up to keep tabs on speed cameras in prince george's county, 10 guesses why. >>> we'll begin with the mist of a murder surrounding a -- mystery of a murder surrounding a prince george's county student. good evening. i'm brian bolter. >> and i'm shawn yancy. someone gunned down marckel ross. so far there are no suspects or motives. fox 5's audrey barnes is back from the school with the latest. >> about a half dozen prince george's county police detectives and officials gathered in the auditorium to answer questions about the case. they also announced a $25,000 reward for information that helps them catch the killer. >> we have the police department working around the case. >> detectives don't have a lot to go on. they don't know if marckel ross was targeted and they're throwing of available resource at the case to find out. >> it's going to be that smallest tip that's going to
following this week's deadly attack on the u.s. embassy. the victim making their final journey home as world leaders try to bring the violence to an end. >> a new poll reveals a tight race in three battleground states. the number neck and neck when it comes to which presidential candidate think will do a better job turning the economy around. fox 5 morning news continues. >>> good morning to you, straight up 6:00. it is friday, september 14th. right off the top, we are showing you breaking news. the end of of a police chase that went on for more than an hour through prince george's county before coming to an end on the side of the beltway near route 1 in college park. i'm he wisdom martin. >> i'm sarah simmons. we'll check some with julie wright in just a moment on that. first, we want to get the latest on our weather for today with tucker barnes. >> nice conditions in the 50s and low 60s. a good looking weekend too. something to look forward to as we get into saturday and sunday. lots of sunshine in the 70s. >> good-looking weekend. >> jackets for the kids this morning. >> maybe a light jac
with the u.s. ambassador to the united nations, susan rice. then, big questions on capitol hill. who is behind the attack that kiled the u.s. ambassador to libya? and should we cut off foreign aid to g ents that fail protect our diplomats? we'll have the head of the house in it tell against committee, chairman mike rogers. plus, tough talk from both candidates on the middle east. we'll ask our sunday panel if foreign policy will finally become an issue in this campaign. and our power players of the week. using their washington clout to fight a devastating disease. all right now on "fox news sunday." >>> and hello again from fox news in washington. we'll talk with ambassador rice and chairman rogers in a moment. first here is the latest on the situation overseas. protesters have attacked u.s. targets in more than 20 nations. citing concerns or security the state department ordered all nonessential u.s. government personnel to lve sudan and tunisia and in libya there are reports of more arrests in the attack that killed four americans including ambassador chris stevens. for more on the
. mom and baby seem to be doing fine. news 4's megan mcgrath at the national zoo with more on this exciting news. megan? >> reporter: very exciting news. it's been described as a glorious surprise. mei xiang has given birth to a cub overnight. she's had five pseudopregnancies, a lot of false alarms. there was an ultrasound two weeks ago that didn't show anything, no fetus. there were people who thought, well, maybe this is another one of those false alarms. a little before 11:00 last night, they heard the sounds of a cub. i'm joined by dr. brandi smith, senior curator here. talk about that. you heard the sounds. a bit of a surprise. >> it was. we're prepared for anything. so we have volunteers in the n panda house 24 hours a day. we heard the first squeals of a panda cub. we had to watch for a little while to make sure we could believe it, and we have a cub. >> reporter: talk about mei xiang. she's built quite a house, quite a den in the panda house. >> all of you looking at the panda cam will notice this panda in the midst of this huge bamboo nest. she's being a great mo
the violent protests of an anti-islam film produced in the u.s. france is closing embassies and schools in 20 countries this friday, which is the muslim holliday. the french government defended the right to publish the cartoons but questioned whether the magazine acted responsibly. >>> president obama is taking a slight lead now over republican nom nye mitt romney in the polls. that according to the latest nbc "wall street journal" polls, which have the president ahead by about five points. despite the polls, mitt romney is not backing down from his recently disclosed remarks about americans, and government benefits. if anything, he is underscoring them. steve handelsman is on capitol hill now with the latest. >> reporter: good evening. mitt romney is resisting the demands of those in his republican party who have seen the polls, who have seen the video, and who are pleading with romney to show more warmth and more sympathy to voters, to americans who have had to turn to the government for benefits like social security. mitt romney went to atlanta and stood up to his critics on the issue that
leaders and also did prison time. fox 5's karen gray houston returns with more on his legacy. >> reporter: love him or hate him, the reverend dr. sun myung moon was charismatic and ms. followers of unification church were sometimes called mooneyes. he was accused of brainwashing. >> -- moonies. he was accused of brainwashing. >> people make their own decisions. >> reporter: moon held mass weddings, the services called blessing ceremonies like this one at rfk stadium in 1997. bishop george stalling of d.c.'s armani temple was married to a japanese bride in new york city in 2001. >> he would pray and reflect on that process and then bring together two persons. >> reporter: r rend moon also married -- reverend moon also married a couple who did not know each other before their wedding and now they have a 3- year-old daughter. >> he can see and just how to match is the best way to make a peace. >> reporter: named a messiah by himself and followers moon met with world leaders, but he served 13 months in prison in the u.s. in the mid-1980s for fax evasion. moon built an international bissel
at the weather headlines. expecting tonight to see our temperatures dropping into the 50s, you can give that air conditioning a break if you haven't already. doesn't it feel like we have not been able shut it off in months? believe me, this is going to be such a nice week, with upper 70s monday and tuesday. only gradually warming up a little bit as we get closer to the end of the week, into the low 80s. what about rain? looks like the next chance of any showers will be on sunday as a cool front approaches. even that's only about a 30% chance. going to be mostly a dry week around here. and the temperatures are going to be amazing. headed for the 50s overnight. and the reason is that sprawling area of high pressure that will set up over the midwest will rule most of the weather east of the mississippi with lots of sunshine. later in the week this high pressure eventually shifts off the coast, but it's going to take all week for that to happen. when it gets off the coast we usually get a little bit warmer. some of the best weather september has to offer is about to begin. we had a couple of clouds
. a southerly wind for today. that's going to take our temperatures into the mid-70s, giving us more seasonable conditions for this tuesday. but take a look. we're talking about some of the areas north and west of town that are in the low 40s. culpeper, 41 around frederick, maryland. and mt. airy. 43 leesburg and sterling and warrenton. 46 right now down south around la plata and waldorf, maryland. some clouds coming into our area, but not until tomorrow where we get the mostly cloudy sky. for today, first part of your day, nothing but sunshine and cool conditions. big range in temperatures, 47 to 56 degrees right in town. by lunchtime today it's going to be pretty nice. 67 to 70 degrees. more seasonal conditions. and then in the afternoon, for the afternoon commute, partly sunny, nice and milder. getting up to a high temperature today from 72 to 76 degrees. i'll have a look at your for four-day forecast in a few. >> now at bw parkway at landover road. have an accident. luckily, it's now moved to the right shoulder lane. police on the scene. you are seeing some volume as cars slow down to make
york city today. a tornado. see how that impacted the u.s. open. next. next.  . >>> severe weather toe across the northeast. this is a tornado in queens confirmed by the national weather service and another confirmed in brooklyn. no one was hurt, but plenty of damage and downed lines. fox's anna coinman has a closer look. >> reporter: severe weather is popping up along the east coast from the carolinas to new england. much of the northeast is under a tornado watch until later tonight, including new york city and the surrounding areas. and this is from breezy point in queens where firefighters reported to a -- some trees off and the general manager tells the associated press that it picked up industrial-sized metal trash bins and they have 350 reports of severe weather, including four dead and a child in oklahoma. tornados are a rarity in new york city and with some eight reported n. september 2010, two tornados ripped through the city. tearing down thousands of trees and leaving more than 30,000 people without power and one person di
talking super bowl. fox 5's bob barnard is in our newsroom with reaction to the start of the redskins season. bob? >> maureen, most redskins fans we met today say they're super excited about the way the team played yesterday but know it's a long season with lots of competition for the nfl championship and yet there are some fans already thinking about a return trip to new orleans. >> i honestly believe that if the team can stay healthy and as quick and poised as they were yesterday that the redskins are ready for a super bowl this year. >> reporter: yes, dorian payne is pretty excited but other fans of the burgundy and gold are trying not to get ahead of themselves. >> the game was good. i'm trying to stay calm, not get too excited. we always win in the beginning and then it gets it. >> reporter: you're not talking super bowl yet. >> not yet. >> we're used to losing, so when it's come time to win, hey, that's a blessing in disguise. >> reporter: have you been a fan for a while? >> oh, my lord, we've been here for 37 years. so we've seen it all. >> reporter: the good and the bad. >
raged on. protestors targeting the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya, and apparently u.s. citizens, as well. killed in the rampage, the u.s. ambassador to libya, christopher stevens, as well as at least three other americans. stevens had been a key figure helping libyans overthrow moammar qaddafi all of this over a video produced by a u.s. citizen and uploaded on youtube that depicts mohammed as among other things a womanizer. >> don't make our people angry because they will kill! they will fight! they will do such a situation. >> reporter: it mirrors the scene in egypt where protestors stormed the u.s. embassy in cairo. the embassy's first response was to condemn the video which brought a stinging rebuke from administration critics. >> mob of al qaeda sympathizers in egypt forcing the united states into making a statement essentially of apology. on 9/11 of all days, for something which we are not responsible for. i would say to the mob, go to hell. >> reporter: the administration later disavowed its own embassy's response saying the statement by embassy cairo was not cleared by wa
tonight, the wife of the u.s. government contractor still behind bars in cuba, fears for his life after she visits him. it's new tonight. allen was overweight when he was first in prison. now he's anything but. fox 5's will thomas starts off the night with details from his wife's disturbing visit to cuba. >> cuban officials sentenced allen to 16 years for handing out computer equipment that gave people internet access. they believe he was going to undermine the government there. he says not true. his wife returned from cuba and she is devastated over his health condition. >> i hate to use this description, but he really does look like a concentration camp victim. his bones stick out, his shoulders are all pointy. >> here's what allen gross looked like before the cuban government locked him up nearly three years ago. and here's an idea of how he looks now. a before and after shot, if you will. in another photo, allen is seen with a prom prominent rabbi able to meet with them. officials there allowed her to see her husband three separate times. allen has lost 105-pounds in the 10-foot
. >>> the president and secretary of state honor the u.s. ambassador and three americans killed in the attack on the u.s. consulate. today an emotional tribute during a transfer of remains ceremony. teams of seven marines carried the caskets off a plane at joint base andrews. president obama called the men patriots. their deaths were not in vain. >> four americans. four patriots. they love this country and they chose to serve it and served it well. they had a mission and they believed in it. they knew the danger and they accepted it. >> the america must keep leading the world. we owe it to those four men to continue the long, hard, work of diplomacy. so we will wipe away our tears, stiffen our spines, and face the future undaunted. >> the murders along with the escalated attacks have increased tensions and accusations on capitol hill. today the white house outlined steps and reacted strongly to increased criticisms of foreign policy. fox news correspondent has that story. >> the white house struck down any suggestion of advanced warning of the libyan attack. >> i have seen that report and the stor
there -- cool temperatures out there at the moment. you know where we're headed. into the low 80s. 61 in washington. it actually just fell back. all right. frederick you are cool again. 48 for you. looking at the satellite radar off to a nice quiet start. high pressure. that's been around all week long. that will continue to dominate our weather forecast here. today and much of tomorrow will be nice and dry. and generally cloud free. we're talking about the poernl for temperatures to top out in the upper 70s and low 80s today and tomorrow. and off to the north and west, you see out towards chicago. that's rain shower activity and a cold front which looks like it will get through here late friday and early saturday. you want to timeout the potential for a little rain shower activity. late tomorrow night and early saturday. yesterday we thought the showers would arrive during the day. the weekend should be a good one. so get ready for a nice looking weekend. details on that in just a minute. highs in the low 80s. that's weather. let's see traffic. >> all right . very busy out here on t
. overnight tonight mild again, down to 74, lower 70s in the to burr,s, tomorrow is almost a carbon copy of what had today with temperatures in the 80s, spotty showers in the morning, mostly cloudy at 12, limited sun and then a for more showers and thunderstorms kicking off in the late, 85 degrees, upper 80s, drier thursday, friday, cool off to the lower 80s for the weekend for a chance of showers and thunderstorms. >>> the red skins big man earns a spot on the team's final roster. deep sea diving off the coast of england. looks like the animal is holding the diver's hand. the flippers can grasp almost exactly like a human hand. he does it a few more times and then swim off. anncr:r: it'll start out as concrete and steel... but it'll become so much more. a new world-class resort casino in prince george's county. two thousand construction jobs to build it. four thousand permanent, good-paying jobs when it's done. hundreds of millions for maryland schools... real oversight to make sure the money goes... where it's supposed to. but none of it will happen unless we vote for... question seven
overnight. a lot of 50s overnight. 60s here in town. here at reagan national we are looking at 64 degrees. you can see it's cooler off to the west and north. remember, with the sun just getting up about 15 minutes ago, these temperatures will stay cool another hour or so. 51 at dulles. 57 at bwi marshall. cold front approaching will bring a late day cloud cover and maybe a sprinkle. otherwise a good looking friday. temperatures jumping into the mid-70s by noon. few clouds around later this afternoon, and high temperatures topping out in the low to mid-80s. 82degrees at 5:00 p.m. more details on the weather, including a look at the weekend coming up. let's do traffic and get the latest from julie wright. >> on the roads now what we're seeing is northbound i-95 and the cleanup from the crash which occurred before you reach the prince willi parkway. left side of the roadway was tied up and delays northbound from 234 up to the accident accident. be prepared for bailout traffic on route one as folks head northbound out of stafford and dale city. beltway slow approaching gallows. 30miles per ho
hits a 15-year-old girl putting her in the hospital. she is in stable condition this morning. news 4's derrick ward joins us live from the school with the latest. good morning, derrick. >> reporter: good morning. well, authorities are still trying to determine what the fights were about. i say fights because there apparently were several. reports started coming from the neighborhoods and that brought police to the scene here. now it happened yesterday evening as the game against clarksburg high school was breaking up here at watkins mill high school in gaithersburg. again, police started getting reports of fights in the neighborhood. as they were responding several police officers were here already as other police officers responded according to montgomery county police a 15-year-old tenth grader ran between two parked cruisers and was struck by another cruiser that was responding to the scene. she was tended to quickly by emergency personnel already on the scene and as i said she remains hospitalized in stable condition. now authorities at the school here say that they are taking step
look outside right now at the u.s. capitol dome on a chilly tuesday morning. >> we'll let you go with that. i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. here is tucker barnes. welcome back. >> it was great. i went to a wedding. >> you come back here and it is all not hot. >> it is gorgeous. i'll take it after 90s to start the month, we are back into th 50s, even some 40s this morning. kid might want a long sleeved shirt or light jack tote go to school today. upper 70s for the afternoon highs. lots of sunshine. you know that beautiful time of year. i think september and october are the nicest time of the year around here. >> they really are. you notice tucker does not have his sleeves rolled up and a jacket. >> i haven't complained about being hot. >> sarah is all smiles. >> now, if we can get julie on board, we'll be all set. agan national, that is starting to scare me. i have to work on that. it keeps startling me. 55 this morning in new york city. we've got 40s locally, places as close as gaithersburg. frederick in the 40s at this hour. plenty of cool temperatures. these temperatu
in d.c. >> tonight lawmakers put the spotlight on johnson at the value voters summit. fox 5's maureen umeh with the story. >> certainly a big night for leo johnson who said he was just doing his job nearly one month ago. johnson's struggle with the gunman likely prevented more bloodshed, but johnson was not the only hero honored the values voters summit tonight. two other men played vital roles the day of the shooting. charles foster was with johnson when floyd lee corkins entered the council. the third man honored is officer rein burton, one of the first -- randy burton, but first officers to respond to foster's call. tonight the 3 men received a standing ovation from hundreds of lawmakers in the audience as they send their awards. we spoke to -- accepted their awards. we spoke to leo johnson afterwards. >> it really made me feel good. i'm not real comfortable with the whole hero thing, but again i understand how big this was and i can live with it for a little while. >> johnson was shot in the arm as you saw the slipping there during last month's scuffle. he says he's healing well
. >> reporter: apple says the iphone 5 will go on sale on september 21st in the u.s. and several other countries. >>> the news continues now. brian is standing by with the news edge at 11:00. >> a woman walks out of a metro train station unaware her attacker is walking a few feet behind. we start with a frightening news alert from northeast d.c. police are looking for the man in this surveillance video seen following a woman out of the deanwood station last week. the man sexually assaulted the woman on nearby 45th place northeast. officers released a composite sketch of the suspect. if io have any information, you're urge -- you have any information, you're urged to call police. >>> a gay publication in d.c. trying to find out who is committing some very nasty acts of vandalism, first removing the metro weekly magazines and replacing them with rotting food and what is thought to be human and animal waste. fox 5's matt ackland has more. >> this has been happening for months now in the dupont and logan circle neighborhoods. someone is targeting magazine boxes that hold the gay publicatio
. we have plenty of sunshine. highs back in the low 80s. we have a few clouds out to the west into portions of western virginia and west virginia. so instead of perfect sunshine, we'll have mostly sunny skies today and a little further off to the north and west, out towards detroit, you see thicker cloud cover. this is a cold front which will come in here later tonight and could kick off a shower although i think most of the area will remain dry. bottom line, generally nice conditions around here today with sunshine, high temperatures expected to be about 80 or so. more details on the weather including a closer look at the weekend in just a minute. back to you. >> thank you. >>> more anti-american protests topping our stories right now. the united states bracing for more protests around the muslim world today and libya has made arrests in the attacks that killed american ambassador. the identities of the other americans killed are also released. let's take a live look right now. the protests against that low- budget film that mocks islam have been spreading all week. a live lo
this rng mon morning. we're in the low to mid-60s. 65 in college park. 64 in camp springs. your forecast for the morning commute. umbrella ready. isolated light showers. mild start from the upper 50s to low 60s. by afternoon, 74 to 77. shower chances mainly north around maryland. a high today 84 degrees. i'll be back with the four-day forecast. right now first 4 traffic. >> thanks, veronica. >>>ere we have a live look from chopper 4 over i-270 as you make your way closer to germantown road, the earlier accident was just allowing the left lane to get by. now it's moved to the right shoulder lane. still seeing delays once you make your way past clarksburg road, you're heavy on the brakes, very heavy on the brakes to father hurley, and then sluggish as you continue towards germantown road. you can see choppers panning out, heavy volume in this area. let's head over to an accident. northbound on gw parkway trying to get to the inner loop of the beltway. that ramp is blocked by an accident involving an overturned vehicle. back in ten minutes with an update. aaron and eun, back over to you. >>
from brian betts' family. live in southeast, pat collins, news4. >>> the candidates for the u.s. senate seat in virginia faced off today in a debate that was carried live here on nbc 4. it is a race that could determine the balance of power in the senate. tom sherwood is in our newsroom with more on the story. >> ndy, it's one of the tightest races in the nation for the senate, and the candidates stuck to their game plans. george allen and tim kaine locked in a tight race for nearly a year, shook hands and came out, not fighting, but politely jabbing at each other over jobs, taxes, social and other issues. the one-hour fairfax chamber of commerce debate was telecast on nbc 4, and moderated by nbc's david gregory of "meet the press." former governor and senator george allen turned nearly every question to the need for more and better jobs. >> the job creators have the confidence, and certainty to hire again. >> reporter: tim kaine, also a former governor, turned nearly every question into criticism on the capitol hill and in the presidential race, saying people want pulling together, not
tonight that four men are in custody and being questioned about the deadly attack on the u.s. embassy in benghazi. also today hillary clinton attempted to distance the u.s.r u.s. government from a film that sparked the protest, calling the film disgusting and reprehensible. paul wagner is live in the newsroom with the story. >> reporter: reuters is quoting that the deputy interior minister is saying the four men are suspected of instigating the event. secretary clinton made her comments as violent protests continued in cairo and spread to yemen where demonstrators stormed a wall, broke windows and set fire to a building. >> hundreds of protestors converged in yemen, throwing rocks at the compound. demonstrators already pushed back by yemen forces. at state department secretary of state hillary clinton condemned the movie that mocks the prophet mohammed and the violence that followed. >> it appears to have a deeply cynical purpose to den grate a great religion and to provoke rage. >> reporter: at a campaign event today, president obama said the militants involved in the consulate attac
diplomats. the u.s. is telling american citizens to leave tunisia and sudan. >>> the filmmaker who caused them is a caustic christian. now cops in northern virginia are afraid of a backlash. we hear about how they feel about the protests and the video that caused them. >>> good morning. and welcome to fox 5 morning news sunday. we'll have those stories, plus a big day for skins fans. we'll have a full preview of today's game. dave roth is in st. louis, as the redskins take on the rams for the second straight road game for the burgandy and gold. >> and also later in the show, basketball great shaquille o'neal is talking binge drinking. we caught up with the four-time champ on capitol hill. >> also later in at the movies, actor bill murray, what is he doing? he's cleaning our film reviewer's boot. >>> but first, today's weather looks like another gorgeous one. you're taking a live picture now at the army/navy half marathon, going on this morning. good morning, gwen. >> good morning, melanie. it's a perfect day for a marathon or anything else you would like to do outside. mother nature, defi
an american named chris stevens. >> reporter: the u.s. diplomat who loved libya, but who was murdered there. his u.s. consulate in benghazi burned. >> there are no words that excuse the killing of innocents. there is no video that justifies an attack on an embassy. >> reporter: there was no sympathy from the president. but he called for a deeper look into the root causes of anti-u.s. muslim rioting, and demanded that muslim leaders do more now. >> it is time to marginalize those who even when not directly resorting to violence use hatred of mercator west or israel as the central organizing prine iie of politics. >> reporter: iran's president, ahmadinejad yesterday called for the elimination of israel. >> make no mistake, a nuclear armed iran is not a challenge that can be contained. >> reporter: israeli prime minister netanyahu publicly pushed obama to threaten force against iran. he didn't. >> america wants to resolve this issue through time diplomacy, and we believe there is still time and space to do so. >> reporter: mitt romney was in new york saying not enough good jobs in muslim natio
here at medinah as the u.s. has a 5-3 lead after the first three days. they were tied 2-2 after yesterday's morning foursomes, but the americans getting the better of europe yesterday afternoon. let's get you update on the matches that started just about 40 minutes again. a beautiful shot from the bunker. by justin rose after his partner, ian poulter, put it there. rose sets poulter up for a birdie at the very first hole and poulter, who just seems to be wired for this type of competition, first putt of the day is in for a birdie and poulter and rose quickly take the 1-up lead. and then the second shot at the par 4 3rd. this was webb simpson. again teaming up with bubba watson from 86 yards out. stiffs it. that produces a run for the united states as watson and simpson have squared it up. bradley and mickelson who went yesterday against lee westwood and luke donald. this was phil mickelson at the opening hole, par 4 433 yard hole. mickelson stiffs it. that set up a u.s. win there at the first, but a birdie to have it. could have had it as donald had a chance at it as westwood hi
in the upper 60s to right around 70 degrees, and the air has turned a lot more humid. hour by hour throughout the day, clouds through midmorning. just some shower west of the metro area. by 6:00 a.m., upper 60s. sunrise 6:03. by noon time, showers moving in, and strong storms and damaging winds possible from 3:00 until early this evening. i'm back in ten minutes with another update and another look at first 4 radar. now first 4 traffic with danella. >>> as you mentioned, slippery roadways means fender benders. if you're traveling northbound i-95 at route 3, have an accident. it is in your shoulder lane. trel lanes are open. i want to urge you to give yourself some extra time. as tom mentioned, you have inclement weather. you're taking the volume very light on the inner loop and outer loop. not seeing any fender benders there. also, as we head over to maryland, taking the beltway in prince george's county as you travel on the outer loop and inner loop on 201. no issues to report in montgomery county or prince george's county, you're clear. usually we see a work zone set up on the outer loop. n
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